Q: TPMS light staying on

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I changed my tires recently and my TPMS light has not turned off.

Hi. There are many problems with the Honda TPMS system. Honda has a proprietary TPMS system and can only be reset by the Honda dealer or somebody that has a Honda TPMS scan tool. I recommend taking the car to the dealer and having the TPMS system scanned to see what the problem is.

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